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HS Sports: Thurs. 7-9 Results

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Class 4A and 5A regional quarterfinal games  took place last night. In Farley, the Western Dubuque Bobcats improved to 16-19 with a 10-2 win over Dubuque Wahlert. Fifth-year head coach Rachel Rogers was pleased to see her team set the tone early in the contest: ROGERS1 7-10 The Bobcats will now

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Delaware County Fair Preview

The Delaware County Fair is just days away… that means 4-H and FFA kids are busy getting their projects ready, the carnival will be rolling into Manchester soon and fairgoers are rushing to buy those fair passes. The Delaware County Fair kicks off Monday and runs through Sunday, July 19th. And Fair Manager Jeannie Domeyer

HS Softball: Regional Results from Wed. 7-8

  By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: Postseason softball continued for most class 2A teams, started up for others and began for 3A schools with regional play last night. The winners advance on to 7pm games on Friday night. 2A In Cascade- Maquoketa Valley fell to the 14th-ranked Cougars, 4-3 in thrilling fashion. After trailing 4-0 through

HS Baseball/Softball: Results from Tues. 6-30

By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: The class 3A 4th-ranked West Delaware Baseball team improved their mark to 21-4 last night with a doubleheader sweep of 2A third-rated Beckman in Dyersville. The Hawks won game one 8-3 with no error defense and solid pitching by senior Ty Cassutt who improved his season mark to 5-0. More of

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Recovery from Monday’s Storms Continues

Some area residents are spending this week cleaning up the damage left behind by Monday’s storms. One business in the Arlington area, Nelly’s Detail, was completely destroyed by powerful straight-line winds. Owner Jenal Fettkether says she’s looking for a temporary place where she can set up her business through the summer. It’s a tough situation

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Powerful Storm Brings Damage to Northeast Iowa

Area residents spent Monday cleaning up after powerful straight line winds brought widespread damage across northeast Iowa. The hardest hit area appeared to be Buchanan, Delaware and Dubuque counties, along with the southern portions of Fayette and Clayton counties. When the storm warning was issued shortly before 9 am Monday, the National Weather Service warned

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Manchester Celebrates Opening Of Whitewater Park

Many are calling it not only the newest, but the LARGEST, whitewater park in the Midwest – and it’s right here in Manchester, Iowa. Saturday marked the grand opening of the Manchester Whitewater Park with the “Let It Flow” Riverfest celebration. And those who were there weren’t going to let a little rain spoil their fun.

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